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The language of the barracks

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Hey Guys—

When General Patton delivered his famous speech to the Third Army

prior to the landings in Normandy, many of his officers were
appalled, sniffing that a professional officer should not be so…

But his absolutely loved it for that reason. Patton, due to his

reading of prior great military leaders knew that an important
part of motivating his men to fight and kill, something unnatural
to them, he had to speak to them in the “language of the barracks.”

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Patton also went so far as to say that “an Army cannot exist without

profanity, and any such Army couldn’t fight its way out of a piss
soaked paper bag.”  Patton was a big believer in what he called
“eloquent profanity,” words and phrases that stuck in the minds
of his soldiers.

Patton was not advocating for profanity.  He was advocating for

the results profanity produced in the reality of fighting, not in
the prissy fantasy world of “should be.”  The results bore him
out—his fast moving units suffered the lowest casualty rates of
the war due, in part, to their fighting spirit, instilled in them
by Patton.

The lesson here is that what “should work,” and is professed to

work in a genteel public setting (where many people are thinking
but not thinking in the language of the barracks) simply does not
hold up in reality.  In fact, whenever you meet a guy who is
over-polite, stiff, refuses to use profanity, and looks down his
nose at vices (such as wine, women, whisky, and song) you don’t
trust him.  I’ll take a Hugh Hefner over a Charles Keating any
day of the week.

It just doesn’t feel realistic, and often such guys are putting

on a phony front while they plot nefarious things.  Or, they are
suppressing their natural urges, and they eventually erupt in a
criminal manner.

It can be even worse with men and dating.  Many men, in an effort

to be “respectful,” suppress their natural sexual energy, regulate
themselves around women, and then wonder why she runs off after
the profane bad boy.

Speaking in “the language of the common man” around women IS

important because when you do so, you are not suppressing yourself. 
That does not mean you set out to say rude and profane things, it
merely means you do not present an unrealistic image to her,
causing her to present an unrealistic image to you.

Yes, there are naturally prude women and naturally prude men, but

they are not the norm, and they sure as hell are not any fun.  Most
“normal” people like to drink, swear, carouse, cavort, get naughty,
and have an all around good time.  Not all the time, or most of
the time, but on regular occasion such as the weekend.  They all
use the “language of the barracks,” and those who don’t are looked
on as strange.

You never want to make yourself into someone you are not, and if

you are uncomfortable with profanity, that is fine, there are other
ways to express yourself.  But most people revel in it (as I do),
and use it to converse in private and semi-private settings.  The
last thing you want to do is suppress it in attempt to be
“respectful.”  You will wind up being disrespected because you
come across as a phony, someone trying to curry favor.  Embrace
the “language of the common man” and you will be pleasantly
surprised by how many women appreciate you for it.  You will also
discover it is the language they speak, something shocking to
many men.  Embrace it, and I assure you they will soon be
embracing you.

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On with the fun…

-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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John Alanis
Art Of Steel, Inc. 
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